1. Sweden / 2. Norway / 3. Netherlands / 4. Estonia / 5. Denmark / Source: English Proficiency Index
Spahn calls Berliners who communicate in English "provincial" and says he considers native German speakers to be the worst offenders. His remarks address a swirling debate about the role of language in the country.
Not since the Cold War has Germany's foreign policy faced such crucial tests. Ahead of the German elections, DW's Tim Sebastian and a live audience quiz politicians from Germany's six major parties on foreign policy.
An English-language women's magazine launched recently by the Pakistani Taliban wants to convince female readers to join the terror outfit, embrace extremist thought and take up jihad.
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